W.C.Fields enters the Warmer Bros. Studio. Beans tries to drive in, but the guard throws him and his car against a tree. Charlie Chaplin drives in, followed by Oliver Hardy on foot - but we see that it's really Beans in disguise. Oliver Owl is directing a picture; Beans sneaks onto the stage. He's watching from a catwalk when someone knocks him off, into the middle of the scene. Beans is thrown off the set, right into the set of a Frankenstein movie. He accidentally brings the robotic monster to life, and it crashes into the original studio, eating the camera. Beans tries to stop the monster, but is sent flying. He lands against a wind machine. which chops up the monster. Written by Jon Reeves
Run time 6 minutes 42 secondsProducer Leon SchlessingerAudio/Visual sound
March 4, 2011
Cool Little Look At Early Hollywood...
Nice cartoon, cute for kids even today.
Lots of action and a really great musical score that keeps the pace up throughout the cartoon.
A great look back at the early days of both cartoons & movie studios.